I have the 2 door 2012 Evoque Dynamic in Black and I love it. I came from a BMW Z4 which had no backseat, so the two doors is not such a big deal. My 11 year old is fine climbing into the back and once in there is plenty of room. The 2 door looks much cooler in my opinion. I do wish that the seat slid forward manually for access to the back, the motorized seat mover is ridiculously slow, other than that I love my 2 door Evoque.
I like the look of the 2 door, but the 4 door is cheaper and offers a touch more headroom in the back (an inch or so I think), plus seat access to the back may not be for the impatient. So 4 door wins hands down in my book.
I own a 2013 white Evoque 2 door Coupe Pure Plus. Visually the 4 door looks very dull in comparison to the coupe, although both are hands down winners in exterior design within all cars in this class. The lower top line of the coupe makes it appear much more exciting and the one door line adds to this design excitement. The hood louvers (bonnet I guess is correct for your side of the ocean) also add to the radical look of the coupe.The four door is a compromise in style for the sake of practicality. I have two teenage daughters who have no problem getting in and out of the rear, although for the elderly it could be impossible. Once in the rear the room is comfortable and its spaciousness is enhanced with the large glass roof. I usually gets "Wow its so neat to ride in the back with the sky view." In 2013 the motor speed of the front seat retractor was improved, although still not fast. Learning to trust the rearview camera makes life easier when backing the coupe. In my opinion the coupe with just two doors, has greater body rigidity – better handling and less rattles.
I didn't want to have to keep moving the seats for people to get in and out, so I went with 4 doors. Like said above, kids would probably be fine, but I wouldn't want adults to have to contort themselves to get in and out.
Love my coupe. Looks wayyyy better than 4 door IMHO. But I am single with no kids though.... Like someone else said the 4 door is less expensive for some strange reason even though the coupe is smaller. I think the coupe is definitely more of a wow factor!
4 door, all the way. Them 11 year old kids will be 12 next year, 13 the next (and growing). If you have 30 seconds extra each time to have someone get out of the crammed back seat, then fine. But when I sat back there at the dealership, felt very trapped. The cargo area needs the extra space for extended trips, so that 4 door option gives you more space.
Coupe all the way my friend! I choose the coupe because when the Evoque first came out as a concept it as introduced as a coupe! And i fell in love since then, and i was more woowed by the fact the RR stayed true to the concept and made it into production! To me the coupe looks great, different, and is the pure Evoque!
Meaning, you are more prone as a passenger being closetphobic in a 2 door. As far as cargo area, putting away your groceries you are almost assured to use the liftgate in a 2 door. Sometimes you don’t want to do that. Having the 4 doors allows you to just open and store (like my golf clubs). I cant place my golf clubs in the back because of how long the driver is. But I can place them accross the back seat of the 4 door back seat. I could not do that in a Coupe. The cargo dimensions may be the same, but I feel the 2 seater limits the cargo area. Agree with the coolness of the 2 door Coupe.
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Recently acquired a 2014 evoque with 98k on it. Barely running and lots of smoke out of the tailpipe.
Checked out the cause of the failure and found piston failure of cylinder #2.
My view looking through spark plug hole #2. Yes that looks likes a connecting rod and...
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